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puget1 IE 9 RC
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I'm just familiarizing myself with it at the moment......what a difference !! It feels so much more positive and "solid" .......
My psi is running okay....two scans....down to 4mins on the last....no sign of IE8 either !
I've defragged since download, and it seems to be "settling in" very quickly !
I was getting a little worried at first....couldn't find it in Progs and Features ! Had re-booted and no sign in Revo either.....got it now.....all okay !
As you know I like the speed in Chrome....but I don't feel I'm making any sacrifices !
Yeah, I think they've tied down this canon !! I'm keeping it !

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O.k. after reading this I am interested in poss. downloading. Do you have to go through the security tab and reload Psi as far as allowed site? Maurice you said that U.K. banks don't like the new browser. Is there a way to allow for trackers for your Bank to i.d. you? Further there was no change in the way PSI behaved with it installed and there is no further configuring correct? O.k. O.K. everything is working fine right now and I don't want to bugger anything. This is the reason for the inquiry. Thanks trusted people

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mogs RE: IE 9 RC
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Morning puget !
I didn't have to make any changes as far as psi is concerned. It all went smoothly on Vista. I just noticed that the psi scan time went to nearly 9mins.....just scanned again and it's approaching what I've been used to....about 3.5mins now.
Maurice is obviously much more familiar/knowledgeable with it....you should be guided by him......regards,

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Maurice Joyce RE: IE 9 RC
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Their is nothing magical about updating to IE9 RC. It is a normal download & install -difference is it requires a different method to uninstall it & does not show in Control Panel>add/remove nor in PSI because it is still RC.

I did not say UK banks did not like the new browser. I said UK did NOT SUPPORT IE9 BETA. That would make absolute sense while they fully test the security impact on their systems. There were also minor issues with the PSI graphics & others.

All the banks I recently tested now support IE9 RC & the PSI graphics have returned. Issues remain, as should be expected, but they are not show stoppers & do not impact too much on home users.

It is in RC and those installing it should note that fact including using the feedback element that downloads with it to report bugs.

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Maurice Joyce RE: IE 9 RC
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Because this thread is solely devoted to IE9 RC I have copied a post of mine from elsewhere to help anyone who tries IE9 & then decides to roll back to IE8.

1. Open Control Panel and click on "Programs and Features".

2. Now click on "View installed updates" link given in left sidebar.

3. You'll see "Windows Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate" update listed there. Select the update and click on "Uninstall" button in toolbar or right-click on the update and select "Uninstall" option.

4. That's it. It'll require a restart. After restarting it will have rolled back to IE8.

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puget1 RE: IE 9 RC
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i think I have the picture, and so "will" try it out. I have an add-on in Firefox to block trackers ,however,the banks to not like what ever it does and it appears that it makes the browser undecipherable to them.. The second problem is that it does not allow you to make an allowance for particular sites. Thanks all

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